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Freestanding Pergola with Retractable Canopy 3m x 4m

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Whether you’re after some shelter from the sun over your outdoor furniture, or want to create a shady spot in your garden, this free-standing pergola is just what you’re looking for.

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Product overview

Whether you’re after some shelter from the sun over your outdoor furniture, or want to create a shady spot in your garden, this free-standing pergola is just what you’re looking for.

The structure is made from tough, powder coated aluminum. The removable Roman-style canopy is UV stabilised and water resistant, and includes a simple pulley system to draw back the shade when you want to let some light in.

This contemporary take on the classic garden pergola will add a touch of style to your outdoor living area. Perfect for over the barbecue on the deck, or next to the pool at the bach, it will even make a gorgeous pathway arch, dressed up with climbing roses, jasmine or bougainvillea.

Add some class to your backyard and order one of these great free-standing pergolas today. The hardest part will be deciding where to put it.

Please note, the canopy of this pergola is for sun shade purposes - we recommend you retract the canopy when it's not in use or in wet or windy conditions to avoid water pooling or wind damage.

• Stylish Roman-style canopy
• UV stabilised, UV rated, water resistant fabric
• Durable, powder coated aluminium frame
• Base plates and hardware included
• 1 Year warranty

Total dimensions: W 395 x D 300 x H 234cm
Frame material: Powder coated aluminium
Canopy materials: Polyurethane coated 180g/m² polyester
Colour: Graphite
Base plate dimensions: 88 x 88 x 35mm
Post dimensions: 2300 x 90 x 90mm (aluminium thickness 1.0mm)
Gross weight: 31kg
Net weight: 27.5kg
Carton dimensions: 397 x 19.5 x 19.5cm

Base plates need to be bolted to the ground with included bolts.

Drill required for assembly.

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Questions and answers

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Can it be attached to the ground or does it have to be concrete or decking ?
For better support it needs to be on decking or concrete.
By Trade Tested on November 21 2023
5 votes
I live in a very high wind zone. Is this pergola suitable for that environment?
As long as this is securely fastened to the ground (ideally bolted to concrete) then yes this can stand up to high winds but the awning must be stored in the retracted position when not in use.
By Trade Tested on November 13 2018
3 votes
Do u have get someone in to bolt it to ground
Yes you do.
By Trade Tested on May 04 2020
4 votes
Hi,can you tell me the dimension from centre of post to centre of post. I'm looking to fix to a concrete pad thats just about 4m wide so want to make sure the base plates will fit on the pad. Cheers
Centre to centre would be - W 3630mm x D 2630mm. Feel free to get in contact with our sales team on 0800 800 880 or [email protected] and we'll be happy to send you the assembly manual.
By Trade Tested on January 07 2019
4 votes
Is canopy changeable in case of wear and tear?
Yes it can be changed.
By Trade Tested on November 26 2018
3 votes
Hi can you put a polycarbonate roof on the pergola instead of the canopy?
Hi Mark, its not designed for the wind loading associated with having a sealed roof (the roof needs to be retracted when it's windy) so we wouldn't recommend this. Have a look at our freestanding patio covers and gazebos instead.
By Trade Tested on August 14 2019
2 votes
Hi, you say to retract/fold the canopy if there's heavy rain. Wouldn't the canopy folds fill up with water and potentially damage the fasteners? How to avoid that?
If it's retracted properly this isn't really an issue. The narrow channels when retracted have a low surface area to fill before the water would run out the ends. We'd be surprised if much water even got in when retracted tightly.
By Trade Tested on December 08 2020
2 votes
The depth of my patio is less than 3M (approx. 2.75M or less). Would I be able to cut the rafters to size to suit?
Yes you can.
By Trade Tested on November 17 2020
3 votes
Hi there. The dimensions say 395x300, is that measurement to the widest point ie the angled bits of the rafters? Or to the outside of the posts? Could you please clarify what each of those dimensions are as we have quite a tight space. Thanks so much
This is the overall size, so to the widest points.
By Trade Tested on November 01 2018
2 votes
Can it be left out all year round? How long would it take to rust or corrode if I did?
Yes it can, it's powder coated aluminium, so you don't need to worry about that.
By Trade Tested on February 03 2020
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Frestanding Pergola

Really thrilled with the project, has transformed our pool area. Now we have a nice shady place to sit when its too hot. Love that we can retract canopy as well

Debbie Waikato
Surprisingly sturdy..

Took a bit more time to install due to some slightly bent corners on vertical posts also installation manual could be printed with higher resolution. Overall pretty simple to install and relatively sturdy structure. We live less than 100m from the sea so time will tell if it's gonna rust and how long powder coating will last.. but at this price it wouldn't bother me putting a new one up in 3-4 years.

aka Auckland
Pergolas shelter.

As per all the reviews instructions are a waste of time. I found it was easier to spread the parts out first then assemble. Built most of it myself with wife helping to hold the legs in position while putting up the frame.Put together in a day. Once up it looks great. How long it will last time will tell. So far it has stood up to the wind and rain.

Scratch Bay of Plenty

Great product instructions not to clear but once sorted was easy to put up. Tie down bracket a bit high , but easy fixed.

Spycee Thames
Does what is says on the tin

We purchased our Pergola a few years back and it's still working. It even survived the recent Cyclone. Great product, easy to assemble and adapt to your own space.

Chippymint Auckland

Great product about to set it in the ground,has bolts to use but are not great so bought new ones overall it is a good pergola

Moose Invercargill
Looks great

It took a while to get it put up but does the job well. The only thing would be where the rope for the pully system needs to be tied, it can't be reached unless you have a footstool. We are looking at moving it to the side of one of the poles.

Amanda Auckland
Looks Great

Very Happy with the end result. I would advise, as per reviews read, the instructions are quite vague, so have a good look at parts. We put it together in about 3 hours, with the help of 2 others.... easiest to have a couple extra hands to hold things in place, whilst someone on the ladder is piecing things together. We have not placed the small cover over the sail, as we did put the crossbars with the attached velcro on the wrong way (velco should be on the outside). I will attach velcro on the outside, instead of taking apart again.

Stevie South Canterbury
Great product for a great price

Easily put together, and offered good top cover, we did purchase a shade cover for the sides as when the sun moves it was a bit hot but nothing to attach to easily sorted with Bungy cords overall really pleased with product

LeeAnne Warkworth
shade from sun

Have had this for over a year. Keeps the heat out. As long as you keep it closed shut when windy and raining. We havent got it fixed to the ground but it Is fixed to block of wood which on windy days we put blocks on to help hold it down. During the wet times of winter. Pulled the velcro top off And zip tied the blind together to keep the water off.make sure to push off the water when it’s been raining to prevent the material stretching

CGL Lower Hutt